What episode of glee did rachel and finn start dating
Michele bases Rachel on herself when she was younger, and also draws inspiration for the character variously from films including Election, and television portrayals such as the Gossip Girl character Blair Waldorf.
"Rachel will never be popular because her looks aren't considered beautiful," said Michele, "and when I was in high school it was the same for me.
I didn't get a nose job, and every single girl around me did. What's so great about Glee is that it shows you how that kind of stuff hurts, but it doesn't matter: You can still be who you want to be." Michele was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 2010, and for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy in 20 for her performance in the role.
Their relationship starts and ends in Mash-Up and is mentioned again in Season One in the episode, Bad Reputation and in the Season Two episodes, Furt and Rumours.They frequently jump between being in a relationship to being friends because they share the same religion; they are both Jewish.They are the stereotypical relationship between the good girl and the bad boy, also between Jewish teens.Began dating in Sectionals and broke up in Hell-ODating again in Journey, Broke up again in Special Education Dating again in New York, Got engaged in Michael Finn "set Rachel free" in Goodbye Officially broke up in The Break-Up Slept with in I Do Still in love with from I Do till Finn's death The Finn-Rachel Relationship, commonly known as Finchel or Hudsonberry, was the romantic on-off relationship between Finn Hudson and Rachel Berry.The couple began dating in Season One, in the episode Sectionals.